Default File Type Associations - Restore

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    finally interacting with you buddy. btw thanks for everything and happy new year man, great work.

    will add the zip file to my tool kit and post the second question in the appropriate forum.
    thanks sir
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       #661

    You're most welcome. I hope you have a Happy New Year as well. :)
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    .KSD


    anyway you could find a patch for this? i accidentally opened them with something that can't and its sucks
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       #663

    Hello Henry, and welcome to Seven Forums.

    What program did you have set to open those files with?

    There's not a default entry for .ksd files in Windows, but you should be able to use "Open with" to select the program you were using before mistakenly changing the default program.

    Open With - Change Default Program

    Hope this helps for now, :)
    Shawn
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    Yeah, thanks. I managed to sort it in the end, thanks for reply though, this forum is actually so helpful sometimes compared to others
    Henry :)
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       #665

    That's great news Henry. :)
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       #666

    Need a .jar filetype association


    Hi, Brink. I'll get straight into it.
    I accidentally started a .jar file in cmd (as seen in the screenshot) and now it will not allow me to change it back, (in the second screenshot you will see that the "set as default..." button is greyed out and cannot be changed or toggled [I was attempting something when the tick appeared and I didn't see it, thinking I could change it back, I rubbed it off as no big problem, more fool me!]) even through the Set Associations window! It's really annoying me and not helpful for when I attempt to run servers and other programs.
    Could you help at all?
    I have included screenshots to show what I mean.
    Thanks for any help in advance.
    -Chris.
    Edit -- I have included a screenshot of HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT .jar just in case you were to ask for it.
    Edit 2 -- One last thing. The .jar filetype is the only file that I cannot change the default program with, except for the few that you really aren't (or shouldn't be able to) change by default. Just thought I'd add that in before I go to sleep for the night. Again, thank you for any help you can give me!
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Default File Type Associations - Restore-capture.jpg   Default File Type Associations - Restore-capture-2.jpg   Default File Type Associations - Restore-capture3.jpg  
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       #667

    Hello Folfksy,

    What Java program and version do you have installed?

    I'll install the same, and post back with a .reg file to change the association of .jar back to it. :)
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       #668

    Hi, Brink.

    It is Java version 7 update 51 (build 1.7.0_51-b13)

    Hope to hear back soon ^^

    -Chris.
    Last edited by folfksy101; 26 Feb 2014 at 16:53.
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       #669

    Chris,

    Just to verify that this is the correct one below first.

    http://java.com/en/download/win8.jsp
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